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Old 03-10-2012, 03:08 PM   #507
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The one basic principle is to always max on the competition movement for one repetition and then do one assistant movement for doubles or triples.
So the back off work is not the prime movement. Interesting. I wonder what constitutes an assistance movement? It's it's nearly dead nuts close to the prime movement, would that be acceptable? Say squats and then wide stance box squats? Or deadlift then RDLs?

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The other just as basic principle is to divide daily volume into parts ,so that for one competitive movement there is one training session and for the next competitive movement of the day,you train on another session (one competition movement-one session).
Right up my alley. I hate deads and squats on the same day.
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